The Morgue Skiffle Cellar was an illegal club held in the basement of a large Victorian house at 25 Oakhill Park in the Broadgreen area of Liverpool.
George Harrison claimed the first time he saw the Quarrymen was at the Wilson Hall, opposite the bus depot in Garston, Liverpool. According to Beatles historian Mark Lewisohn, the …
The Quarrymen's first performance at the Cavern Club with Paul McCartney took place on this day.
The Quarrymen's first live engagement of 1958 was their third at the New Clubmoor Hall, a Conservative Club in Liverpool's Norris Green district.
This was the Quarrymen's second of four performances at Wilson Hall in Liverpool's Garston district, one of the venues run by local promoter Charlie 'Mac' McBain.
The Quarrymen returned to the New Clubmoor Hall in Norris Green, Liverpool, less than a month after they first played there.
A somewhat bizarre booking for the nascent Quarrymen: they performed two raucous sets for the social club of Liverpool's Stanley Abattoir.
This was the first time the Quarrymen played at this notoriously rough venue in the Garston district of Liverpool.
Liverpudlian promoter Charlie 'Mac' McBain held regular skiffle and rock events at his venues. On Friday 18 October he ran one such event, at the New Clubmoor Hall in …
The Cavern Club would become a regular venue for Beatles shows while they remained a Liverpool secret. Once Beatlemania took hold, however, they rarely played in their home city …
On the afternoon of 6 July 1957 the Quarrymen skiffle group played at the garden fete of St Peter's Church, Woolton, Liverpool.
The Quarrymen played twice on this day. In the afternoon they performed on the back of a stationary coal lorry, and that evening took part in a street party, …
Less than a month after their first live appearance, The Quarrymen entered ABC TV's talent show TV Star Search, organised by "Mr Star Maker" Carroll Levis.
The Cavern Club, which was to become world-famous after The Beatles performed there nearly 200 times, opened its doors for the first time on the night of 16 January …
Paul McCartney saw skiffle king Lonnie Donegan perform at Liverpool's Empire Theatre on this day.
George Harrison was born on 25 February 1943 in a tiny 'two up, two down' house on Arnold Grove, a cul-de-sac in the Wavertree area of Liverpool.
James Paul McCartney was born in Liverpool Walton Hospital. His mother Mary had previously worked there as a nurse in the maternity ward.
Fourteen months before the birth of their eldest son Paul, James McCartney married Mary Mohin in Liverpool, England.
John Winston Lennon was born on 9 October 1940 in the Liverpool Maternity Hospital, Oxford Street, Liverpool, to Julia Lennon (née Stanley) and Alfred "Freddie" Lennon.
Ringo Starr was born Richard Starkey on 7 July 1940, at 9 Madryn Street in the Dingle area of Liverpool.